Basiliscus (2)

Basiliscus (2),

saint and martyr, is said to have lived in the 4th century, to have been a soldier, and to have been martyred at Comanes, in Pontus, about 306. The Greeks mark his festival on May 22. He is probably the same as the preceding. — Landon, Eccles. Dict. s.v.

Another of the same name is mentioned by Ruinart in connection with St. Mamas, to whom, with Basiliscus, a church was dedicated at Constantinople, their day being July 29.

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